Antw.: Red Hot Chili Peppers
Antwort #1 –
Wie man heute lesen konnte, feierte Anthony Kiedis nun auch schon seinen 60. Geburtstag!
Wer hätte das gedacht...
Ich war zwar nie der allergrößte "Peppers"-Fan, aber da gratulieren wir doch recht herzlich!
Zur Feier des Tages dieses Kleinod aus den Tiefen des Web:
Details 1993 Changing Fashion
Changing Fashions (1993) A short film directed by Paul Morrissey for Details magazine.
Features Debbie Harry, Anthony Kiedis, Sofia Coppola, Thurston Moore, Kim Gordon,
and lots of drag queens.
Here's a Weird Little Movie That Debbie Harry & Sofia Coppola & Anthony Kiedis & Sonic Youth Made
for 'Details' Magazine in 1993
In the 1993 music issue of Details there was a fashion spread starring Anthony Kiedis, his girlfriend Sofia Coppola, Debbie Harry,
Kim Gordon, Thurston Moore, and a bunch of beautiful drag queens. The magazine came with a pull-out poster for the make-
believe movie that the fashion spread was supposedly based on; it was called Sick: A Love Story, and I kept that poster taped to
my wall for all of eleventh grade. Anthony was my favorite (still is!) and I had a strange fascination with Sofia, who at that point was
22-years-old and mainly known to me as one of the disco-hippie girls eating bananas in the video for "Deeper and Deeper" by
Madonna. Until last Thursday, when a benevolent stranger emailed me a link to the YouTube video below, I never knew that Sick
really was made into a short film. It's directed by Paul Morrissey (who made Chelsea Girls and a bunch of other Andy Warhol
movies), and it's so goofy and fun and absolutely worth waiting 21 long years for....
Strawberry Fields Whatever: Here's a Weird Little Movie That Debbie Harry &...
Review by MurrMurr ★★★
If you want to see Debbie Harry shepherding Sofia Coppola and Anthony Kedis around New Yawk, with
an appearance by Sonic Youth and drag queens – and who wouldn't? – here's a short movie for you.
Directed by that odd duck Paul Morrissey.
It's all fairly pointless – a trifle commissioned by Details magazine – but not unenjoyable, either.
Changing Fashions (1993) directed by Paul Morrissey • Reviews, film + cast...